Organic dried shiitake mushroom Donko

  • Dry
Sample Price $7.26 +Shipping

* This is a sample product and may differ from the regular product and price.

[Sample weight] 40.0 g
[Target country] France Hong Kong Singapore United States
[Available season] Year-Round
  • Products information
  • Detail
Product No. 445
Target buyer Retail & Wholesale
Package for wholesale Available
Category Dry Foods / Shiitake mushroom
Perfecture of origin Kanagawa
Best before date 364 days
Storage temperature range Store in a well-ventilated place not exposed to direct sunlight
Certifications JAS
Ingredients
  • Organic shiitake mushrooms (logs)
  • Main ingredients
  • Organic shiitake mushrooms (logs)
  • Allergy components

    Trading Information

    Reference price in Japan $7.26

    Net weight
    Unit / CTN
    Bundle 1 bundle
    Net weight / CTN
    Gross weight / CTN
    CTN size W 16.0cm / H 24.0cm / D 4.0cm
    Minimum Order Quantity(CTN)
    Transport conditions
    [Producer / Wholesaler] BIO COSMO
    [Location] Kanagawa
    Feature
    The delicious raw shiitake mushrooms raised by Mr. Ohno, who acquired organic JAS certification in Iyo City, Ehime Prefecture. We made the dried shiitake from a thick "donko shiitake" mushrooms among them. Donko shiitake is the shape of a dried thick shiitake mushroom before its pileus completely opens. It is highly recommended for dishes that utilize the shape of mushrooms such as simmered mushroom, grilled mushroom and mushroom stuffed with meat.

    Use scene
    How to deliciously reconstitute Donko Shiitake Mushrooms 1. Quickly wash dried shiitake mushrooms and remove such as dirt. 2. Place the shiitake mushrooms in a container, and put water until it covers them. * If you use the soaking juice for cooking, you should add more water. 3. Put the container in a refrigerator for about 10 hours. (Approximately 10 hours for thick shitake mushrooms and about 5 hours for think shitake mushrooms are standard)

    Producer's comment
    Donko Shiitake mushrooms are cultivated at a 600 meter high Hodaba (a field of Shiitake mushrooms) in the middle of Ono mushroom mountain in Ehime prefecture. We don't use pesticides and chemical fertilizers to cultivate the shiitake mushrooms in raw lumber. We cut out only necessary amount of trees and we consider the forest not to cut too many trees by changing places every year. Then, the Hoda trees decomposed into the hyphae of the mushroom are returned to the forest and become soil and nourished a new forest. Shiitake mushroom cultivation in raw lumber is a sustainable production method that uses natural power to produce crops and follow natural circulation cycles.